EE101 Recently Launched Their New Embedded Firmware Debugger and Analyzer

Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Temecula, CA - Oct 25, 2016 - The EE101 Debugger is a tool for debugging today’s embedded firmware systems and provides clear, concise insight into design operation so the user can find and fix bugs quickly.

EE101, a new company started by engineer and inventor Tim Harvey, recently released their new Embedded Firmware Debugger and Analyzer. The new product provides the fastest way to debug firmware by assisting users to get to the root of their design problems quickly and easily. The multi-platform software gives a detailed view into the internal workings of embedded micro controller firmware in real time.

“This debugger is similar to the other USB based logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, and bus analyzers but none have this specialized firmware debug capability and can only sniff and decode busses that are external to the chips. These other products leave the firmware designer bit counting and packet analyzing to extract information instead of looking at the direct answer.”

Tim Harvey

The EE101 Debugger uses a simple interface to the user’s firmware using two wires and simple “printf” like calls. This provides the users access to data that is not contained on an external bus and shows them the internal information that only their embedded firmware knows. EE101 Debuggers also provide mixed signal oscilloscope, logic analyzer, and protocol analyzer functions.  

The EE101 presents firmware debug information in a new way that dramatically improves the debug cycle. It mixes the “printf” style debug statements with a mixed signal oscilloscope that shows detailed timing of real-time operation of the user’s design. It automatically graphs internal firmware variables, such as acceleration, RSSI levels, battery charge and can log this data over days or weeks. 

“This debugger is similar to the other USB based logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, and bus analyzers but none have this specialized firmware debug capability and can only sniff and decode busses that are external to the chips,” says Harvey. “These other products leave the firmware designer bit counting and packet analyzing to extract information instead of looking at the direct answer.”

The EE101 Debugger is sold on the company’s website for $169 and ships within 24 hours. To learn more and to make a purchase, visit www.EE101.com.

About EE101

EE101 was formed in September 2016 by Tim Harvey in Temecula, California to develop innovative electronic test equipment in a small, compact design with powerful, yet easy to use, application software. For more information, visit www.EE101.com.

Source : EE101
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